Sean Hannity gave a passionate address to conservatives at CPAC, calling on the Tea Party and so-called "establishment" Republicans to come together.

He slammed President Obama for "immorally" racking up $18 trillion in debt during his time in office and "robbing future generations of their inheritance."

Hannity said that the country's leaders are no longer living up to their responsibility of "leaving a country better than we found it" for our children.

And he said he never thought that in his lifetime he would admire the actions of Jordan and Egypt's leaders against ISIS, as opposed to the President of the United States. 

He specifically referred to Obama's decision to go golfing on the heels of the beheading of American journalist James Foley last summer.

"Shameful. I never thought I'd have a president who would try to convince Americans that the Islamic State is not Islamic. I never thought I'd have a president that when 21 Christians were murdered didn't identify them as Christians," he said.

He argued that there are many areas where the two sides agree right off the bat, like balancing the federal budget, making America energy-independent, securing the border, and giving parents a choice of schools.

"If we start on the points of agreement, we can make America once again the greatest country God has ever given man," he concluded.

He promised that on "Hannity" and on his radio show, he will give access to every Republican presidential candidate to make their case.

Watch his full address above and hear more of Hannity's thoughts on CPAC, tonight at 10p/1a ET on Fox News.


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